These are some of our favorite snow books…
The Three Snow Bears by Jan Brett- This is a fun Goldilocks story, except set in the far north. This time the bears are polar bears! Kids will love the gorgeous pictures. Jan Brett is known for her beautiful illustrations, with sidebars showing even more of the story. While you are reading, compare/contrast this story with the traditional Goldilocks.
Snow by Uri Shulevitz- Caldecott Award-winning illustrations and simple sentences tell the story of a boy’s excitement as snow starts to fall. This is a good book for beginning readers.
Snowy, Blowy, Winter by Bob Raczka- This is a quick, fun read with lots of rhyming with words that end in ‘y’. See if you can come up with some more snowy words while you read!
Snow Happy! by Patricia Hubbell- This book has cute watercolor illustrations and fun rhyming words to tell what one family does out in the snow.
Winter is for Snow by Robert Neubecker- In this a boy describes his love of snow (in blue print) and his sister tells why she doesn’t like snow (in red print). It would be fun to read this together with your child reading one part and you reading another. Or read it yourself in two different voices.
Snow by Cynthia Rylant- It is a very sweet story of a girl excited about snow. She tells about how she feels and what she will do in outside in the snow.
Marco Flamingo by Sheila Jarkins- Marco is the only flamingo that wants to go north to see the snow. The story is told in both English and Spanish, so it would be great exposure to another language. It also has a large section with no words, just pictures of Marco’s activities in the snow. See if your kiddo can use their own words to tell that part of the story!